[Affected versions]: Firefox 45.8.0esr (Build Id:20170301181722) Firefox 45.7.0esr (Build Id:20170118123525) Firefox 52.0esr (Build Id:20170227085837) Firefox 54.0a1 (Build Id:20170302030206) Firefox 53.0a2 (Build Id:20170302004002) Firefox 51.0.1 (Build Id:20170125094131) [Affected platforms]: Windows Linux Mac [Steps to reproduce]: 1.Launch Firefox. 2.Access the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States weblink (or any Wikipedia page which contains images). 3.Click on an image to zoom it. 4.Click the “X” button to close the image. 5.Observe that the image closes after a small delay. [Expected result]: The image closes right after the “X” button was clicked. [Actual result]: The image closes after a slight delay when clicking the “X” button. [Regression range]: This does not seem to be a recent regression, I'll follow up on this matter as soon as possible, with a regression range. [Additional notes]: This issue is no reproducible on Chrome 56.0.2924.87.
status-firefox51: affected → wontfix
status-firefox52: affected → wontfix
status-firefox-esr45: affected → wontfix
Keywords: perf, regression
This issue can be reproduced with earlier versions, e.g. Fx28, and seems to be a issue in Fx4.0 too. It may not be a bug or regression in Firefox.
Severity: minor → normal
Has STR: --- → yes
Component: Layout: Images → Desktop
Keywords: regression, regressionwindow-wanted
Product: Core → Tech Evangelism
Summary: Wikipedia images are only closed after a ~3 seconds delay → Wikipedia media viewer close needs about 3 seconds delay
As noted in bug 1344531 comment 7: what remains of this bug (after bug 1344398's changes) is basically a subtle version of bug 575614. (Multicol relayout [for the footnotes] is slow, even when it's just for a change in the available space; and the "overflow" tweak here is effectively just a change in the available space now, due to hiding/showing a scrollbar.) It's possible bug 1367568 might improve things on platforms that have overlay scrollbars [where hiding/showing the scrollbar won't actually affect available space], but I'm not sure. Anyway, that's not the norm, so this will basically still be an issue until we have a solution for bug 575614. --> duping
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 10 months ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 575614
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